PEPZ supports work-based training scheme for people with intellectual disabilities

The work of the Sami Foundation and it's leader Michelle Chimuka is very important. PEPZ is pleased to be helping support the development of a nationally accredited work-based training scheme for people with intellectual disabilities. To find out more of the Sami Foundation, read Michelle Chimuka's interview via the link below.

PEPZ supports work-based training scheme for people with intellectual disabilities
Private Enterprise Programme Zambia (PEPZ)
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Funded by the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID), the Private Enterprise Programme-Zambia (PEP-Z) is a £14 million, five-year initiative that began in 2014 and runs until 2019. This project is being implemented by Nathan Associates London with an aim to create jobs and contribute to the diversification of the economy. PEP-Z is best known in Zambia for its Nyamuka business plan competition for start-up businesses.
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